I'm assuming the perfect fit are OK as long as you know how much was taken off the heads.HDWRENCH said:I am not a fan of the prefect fit or stockers when head work has been done as with milling of the head you need to know that you have the correct legnth.
Hey guys, what are you getting (price)for your adjustable pushrods and pushrod covers?HDWRENCH said:A quick install is a rather poor design as it is a extremely flexable shup rod second they are 7/16 so they are also very likely to hit the pushrod tubes. Not to mention they are a pain to adjust.
They are a shorcut and nothing more. A properly made pushrod is not made the same way. it will very little threaded portion, will not have flats machined into the threaded area. And be only 3/8 in diam.
Have a customer that just used a set of non quick install type but they where 7/16 S&S, they are hitting the tubes. That is why we have custom made pushrods. No head aches , made of 4130 chromemoly and they clear the tubes, will not be flexing like the quick install.
Had a 103 SE build that the dealer did and the customer had taken the bike back several times for a noise. Normal was the answer, tossed the SE P/R and dropped in a set of ours problem gone.
I am not a fan of the prefect fit or stockers when head work has been done as with milling of the head you need to know that you have the correct legnth. The true adjustable will give you just that